Posts Tagged: software testing

Hardware Lab Feedback From Our Readers

We often post about new additions to our hardware testing inventory, QA methodology, or even what we do with our retired systems. This time, we’d like to turn it around a little: What would you like to see in our hardware inventory? Different systems? More video cards? Apple Watches? Printers? VR Headsets? Let us know!… Read more »

Compatibility Test Cases

Hardware compatibility test cases are usually a little different than the manual functionality test cases we often employ. Since compatibility testing looks mainly at interactions between hardware and software, the test cases tend to be less granular on a functional level, and instead more geared towards measuring variables, such as frame rate, in the application… Read more »

Benefits of Automated Testing

How can automated testing improve your project? As automated quality assurance services continue to grow, we find that many companies question whether automated testing is right for their products. What are some of the advantages your product can see by making use of these services? Accurate, long-term test results with reusable test scripts. Automation excels… Read more »

Beta Breakers Hardware Lab Overview

In addition to our large and constantly-growing inventory of mobile devices, we also maintain an extensive array of physical Windows and Macintosh computers, as well as the components and peripherals to support them. While we do employ virtual machine images from time to time, the demands of hardware compatibility testing require physical components, so our… Read more »